Incubators and accelerators
bioLogic – A life-science
accelerator that has 15,000 square feet of laboratory, office and meeting space
for startups that want to grow their organization. bioLogic offers networking
opportunities, grant assistance, fundraising advice as well as accounting,
legal and public relations expertise.
BioOhio – A membership-based
non-profit organization that builds and accelerates bioscience industry,
research and education in Ohio. With nearly 400 members, BioOhio is the lead
organization for the bioscience community and the Ohio affiliate for global
bioscience associations AdvaMed, BIO, MDMA and PhRMA.
CincyTech – A
public-private, seed-stage investor whose mission is to strengthen the regional
economy by driving talent and capital into scalable technology-based companies
in southwest Ohio.
Cintrifuse – A non-profit
organization with multiple membership levels that connects high-growth startups
to the region’s assets and opportunities. Cintrifuse provides its members mentors,
business consultants, flexible workspaces, conference rooms and networking
opportunities. As member businesses mature, a full range of content and
programming services are available to assist with talent recruitment and
retention, investment sources, customers, revenue and exit opportunities.
Development Company (HCDC) Business Center – A nationally recognized startup
incubator that helps entrepreneurs launch successful technology-oriented businesses
through coaching, connections, innovative programming, access to capital and a
diverse learning environment.
Mason Tech Center - A high-tech 25,000-square-foot office
space used to support and grow early-stage technology and biohealth companies.
The facility was developed as a partnership between the City of Mason and Top
Gun Sales Performance, a Mason-based company that specializes in providing
sales consulting and support services to medium and large companies.
UpTech - An informatics
business accelerator that provides startups, including health IT companies,
with financial and developmental support.
and funding resources
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center’s Center for Technology Commercialization (CTC) – Plays a key role
in transforming discoveries into improved clinical care for children. CTC
assists in further developing technologies through research partnerships then delivers
products to the market through licensing and startup creation.
Ohio Third Frontier - Provides funding
to Ohio technology-based companies, universities, nonprofit research
institutions and other organizations to create new technology-based products,
companies, industries and jobs.
of Cincinnati Medical Center Office of Entrepreneurial Affairs and Technology
Commercialization – Facilitates, advocates and
collaborates with faculty, students and staff to support an environment of invention
at the University by transferring and commercializing its assets into benefits
for the region and the public good.
Additional Funding Sources - Learn about state
and local funding incentives as well as the region’s private and angel
BrandHUB – Links businesses to the region’s
collective branding, marketing and data analytics expertise to create
go-to-market strategies and sustainable business growth
FDA Cincinnati District Office – Helps companies
facilitate the FDA regulatory approval process.
Forensic Chemistry Center – Supports
the justice and defense communities through innovative forensic science
programs, forensic technologies evaluation, forensic science training and
laboratory quality reviews
Foreign Trade Zone
Real estate locator and site selection
Taxes & incentives
REDI Cincinnati is
your first point-of-contact for questions about locating or expanding your
biohealth company in our region. To learn more, contact REDI at (513) 562-8474